Calcutta: Six BJP MLAs, together with opposition chief Suvendu Adhikari, have been suspended from the West Bengal Meeting for organizing protests within the Home in view of the Sandeshkhali unrest.
In addition to Adhikari, Agnimitra Pal, Mihir Goswami, Bankim Ghosh, Tapasi Mondal and Shankar Ghosh have been suspended for the rest of the present session or for 30 days, whichever is earlier.
Because the starting of the Query Hour, BJP lawmakers began shouting slogans towards the TMC authorities over the continuing agitation at Sandeshkhali in North 24 Parganas district, which has was a significant political controversy.
The BJP legislators crouched on the ground of the Home of Representatives and shouted slogans that led to commotion inside the meeting.
Speaker Biman Banerjee then allowed Trinamool Congress MLA Sobhandeb Chatterjee to maneuver a movement for the suspension of the BJP legislators.
Subsequently, the BJP MLAs have been suspended by the Speaker.
Numerous girls in Sandeshkhali have been protesting in current days, alleging that native TMC chief Sheikh Shajahan and his “gang” had forcibly captured elements of the nation and likewise sexually harassed them.
They demanded the arrest of Shajahan, who has been absconding since final month after an Enforcement Directorate (ED) crew that went to raid his home in reference to an alleged ration rip-off was attacked by a mob.
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